This week’s Beyond the Syllabus pinpoints three bright fires worth approaching more closely. Book Cathy Park Hong, Minor Feelings: An Asian American Reckoning. Even before the Atlanta shootings rocked the United States with another round of debates over gun violence and what is or is not a racially-motivated violence, Hong’s collection of essays was a […]
Month: March 2021
We spoke with David McCullough, founder of the American Exchange Project, about building connections across barriers.
We spoke with Rebecca Marcus, English Teacher and Founder of Paper Paragon, whose “favorite moments aren’t even when someone says something really brilliant; it’s when you can look at a student or read their writing and see them finally making the connection, that first step that you’ve been working on for months.”
A group of teacher-researchers suggest that video might be teachers’ key to better professional development as discussion practitioners.
Three sources to expand your vision of womanhood, across history and now.